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moloned
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re: Four reasons why its 'game over' for foreign chip firms in China
moloned   6/11/2012 4:23:03 PM
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Wrong. There need to be incentives for people to study engineering and science and start their own businesses. Until the playing field is tilted away from service jobs such as medicine and law there will be no change.

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moloned   6/11/2012 4:19:29 PM
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Ehhh, no! You have to generate tax revenue to pay for a huge defence budget. The worldwide axis is tilting east and tax revenue, defence budgets, financial services etc. will follow. This trend will continue until made in China becomes too expensive, and/or demographics dictate otherwise. Probably around 2030 when India takes over from China as the most populous nation. At that point the Asians will start outsourcing back to us.

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Chao.Shen   6/11/2012 3:35:16 PM
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I would not agree you called "slave". Actually, china is producing far more higher educated young people than any other country each year. Even they are not been used efficiently in current industrial structure chain. But it will beat west a lot of in many ways.

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Nikto   6/11/2012 12:41:32 PM
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Whoo-hoo. Strong words! Now, try to sell ANY of those "smart p" in the western marked, not in the "internal" one. You will have so many IP court cases and quality claims that your grandchildren will have to deal with them. One thing this article shows is what they truly cherish in their hearts and minds and that is to defeat the West and beat it into dust.

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silly2012   6/11/2012 9:44:55 AM
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Agree! It's very China!

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jagmohanN   6/11/2012 8:14:08 AM
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My suggestion - Step away and take a look at the article and number of responses. Right/Wrong, Correct/Incorrect, True/Untrue - the article has made many to read it and respond to it. Think about it - why did it make you respond if you were not concerned or bothered or alarmed or if it did not matter to you. Business lives in real time and will. What Tai says - is reality for him and may be for whole China. Rather than going to history - think about how are you going to use it for your business.

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rick merritt   6/11/2012 5:58:20 AM
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I mean it's a global market and technology and talent know no geographic boundaries. Long term success comes from embracing globalization IMHO, not excluding any particular area out of fear or aversion.

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Mxv   6/11/2012 3:46:52 AM
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As long as the US attracts the best and brightest in the world -- we will always have an advantage over closed societies with homogenous communities.

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WaveMan0   6/10/2012 5:31:36 PM
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@KB3001 I was not vilifying China, and I never used that term or similar term. Just pointing out Chinese is not in Africa to help the nations or people, but instead for the natural resources. Not too different from the West when it comes to middle eastern oil.

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jaybus0   6/10/2012 11:56:00 AM
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Well, companies can outsource their hardware to China and their software to India. What they need are lawyers with training in eng/sci who can litigate patent dispute cases. My nephew just got a BS in Comp Sci and is starting law school next semester. I encouraged him to do so, as I encourage my daughter's engineering student friends. How could I not? After all, the kids inheritied the World we made for them.

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